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Browsing Relander's Writings by Title

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  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    "March 21: Whether the 75 outdoor electrical workers of the Benton and Franklin county public utility districts will carry out their strike threat today or defer action until Thursday is being considered todah by the union ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    "Congressional okay for 30,000 additional irrigated acres on the Yakima Indian reservation asked in bill introduced by Rep. Hal Holmes. One lone voter registered disapproval of two new contracts approved by water users of ...
  • Relander, C (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    "September 2: Toll charges on telephone falls either way between Yakima and Selah will become effective at 12:01 next Tuesday under order issued by state public service commission. Conquering heroes will come home tomorrow ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    "A numbing cold wave a year ago today could not stall the pageant of life and Yakima and the valley quickly warmed to the tempo of community enterprise. It was tempered only by tragedy or death as 1949 paraded by. Slides ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    "Even 50 years ago Yakima county was regarded as one of the largest and most important divisions in the state and irrigation was the reason. Private initiative and enterprise of the hard-working old-timers started the ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1955)
    Not uploaded due to personal information contained within. Available in person, by appointment.
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1960)
    8 document boxes of handwritten research notes. This material is not digitized, but is available for onsite examination (by appointment.) Relander's note-taking style and handwriting falls somewhere between illegible and ...
  • Relander, Click (UNKNOWN, 1953)
    "Click Relander, born near Danville, Indiana, was a farm boy. After his mother's death he lived with his aunt who possessed the largest privately-owned library in the state. She was a retired teacher and under her tutelage ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1965)
    "1-Talked with Bruce LeRoy our director regarding possibility of loan material for display use, in the future. This is possible. 2-Learned that Rocky Reach is to receive National Historical Association certificate or award ...
  • Relander, Click (UNKNOWN, 1953-10-08)
    "Did you on February 23, 1943 own or have a contract to purchase land that was on the assessment roll of the Priest Rapids Irrigation District? If you did, or know anyone who did, you should read the list of names published ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1963)
    Variations on size and arrangement.
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1956)
    "This side can be used for autographing anywhere within the black lines which represents final trims. DO NOT FOLD AFTER AUTOGRAPHING!"
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1961)
    "But all the determination, the persistence would have gone for little had there not been the pattern of which Theodore Roosevelt spoke. Even he did not know of the later years into which we have now entered, the atomic ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1961)
    "One grouping embraces the early days of cooperative canals which expanded small patch irrigation for settlers; another completion of the North Pacific Railway, and the third, passage of the National Reclamation Act. The ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1961)
    Cattle, sheep and horses were Eastern Washington's industries, established a full Hundred years ago even before the original occupancy title to the land had been fully extinguished. Almost with the outbreak of the Civil ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1961)
    "It is understandable that the name, Wilbur Wade Robertson and others from Yakima and Yakima Valley should appear as active participants in the Washington Irrigation Institute which originated in 1932 at Portland to support ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1961)
    "The Northern Pacific entered the Yakima Valley in 1885 at a time cattle, sheep and horse herds had reached their greatest output. Railway engineers foresaw the great possibilities of planned, gigantic irrigation. The ...
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1961)
    "Origin of the Columbia Basin Project was interwoven with the Victory of national irrigation and rootstocks were set deep in Northwest history. Decisive battles were fought and won in the Yakima Valley. The Columbia Basin ...
  • Relander, Click (UNKNOWN, 1956-09-01)
    "Sheridan August= Seafair in July= Pendleton=16th or 17th Sept - Ellensburg Sept -30th =."
  • Relander, Click (UNPUBLISHED, 1955-06-07)
    "55 withdrawn for reviews, for distant dealers spotting over the country, university book stores etc. (like real sales campaign on which potential sales, when weighed against sales at agency, celebration and White Swan can ...

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